PINECONE NAME CARDS
The grooves in pinecones make them the perfect display for place cards. Use a silver or gold paint pen to write guests’ names for a touch of glamour.
Give your silverware an upgrade by tying each set together with a short piece of velvet ribbon in a variety of fall colors.
Surround plain, white pillars with cinnamon sticks of varying heights, then use glue or a piece of leather string to hold it all together. Arrange the candles in the middle of your table for a chic centerpiece.
With a little floral foam stuffed inside, a hollowed out pumpkin turns into a whimsical, organic vase.
Follow these simple steps for an easy – yet impressive – napkin fold perfect for the big meal.
Print a sentimental saying (or download this free printable) on the bottom of a piece of craft paper, fold it in half and glue the sides for a sweet setting.
ROSEMARY PLACE CARDS
All you need for these natural name cards is card stock, a hole-punch and sprigs of rosemary. Bonus: It’ll make your dining room smell like a Thanksgiving dream.
PILGRIM NAPKIN RINGS
Make your napkins look like they came over on the Mayflower with cardboard tubes, scrapbook paper and a few cute buttons.
TURKEY NAPKIN FOLD
This fancy fold may look intimidating but the process is a breeze – even for beginner crafters.
PLACE CARD RIBBONS
Instead of paper name cards, try stenciling or writing your guests’ names on pieces of wide ribbon and tie the ends together with twine.
MINI GOURD CENTERPIECE
Decorate a table runner with small white pumpkins and leaf cutouts adorned with Thanksgivings sayings, then garnish with branches and cranberries.